Items are added to a list in the form of "citations". These citations become descriptions and links for the resources you add.
There are several methods you can use to add citations to your list. The most complete and reliable citations come from Omni, and there's a slide presentation (below) that outlines three processes that work with Omni. You can also create your own citation, or grab information and a link from a website using "Cite It!".
Choose the one that works best for what you're doing at the moment.
Browse through the slides in this presentation to see three quick options for adding items to your Leganto list using the power of Omni.
Browse through the slides in this presentation to see more options for adding items to Leganto lists, beyond those covered in the "Use Omni to Add Citations" presentation.
Omni finds many (but not all) book chapters directly. If you find the chapter using an Omni search, it can simply be added as-is.
To assign a book chapter as a reading when you can't find the chapter in Omni, start by adding the book, and then edit it to change it to a chapter within the book.
You'll see that the citation has changed to reflect the chapter within the book.